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[Bug 9984] [parser] Insertion point for script@onload doesn't match Firefox

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--- Comment #2 from Adam Barth <w3c@adambarth.com>  2010-07-14 18:41:17 ---
I don't quite understand your response.  My understanding of the current spec
is that calling document.write() from script@onload doesn't blow away the
document.  If you'd rather not make onload="" on <script> a special exception
to the general rule that document.write() is unsafe in event handlers then
won't you have to change the spec?  Note that DOM mutation events and events
dispatched via a script calling dispatchEvent are already exceptions to this
rule.

(It's entirely possible I'm misunderstanding the spec.)

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